Daredevil and the rest of Netflix’s Marvel series are transferred to Disney +: arrival date

The Marvel series such as Daredevil, Jessica Jones, The Punisher or The Defenders become part of Disney+ after ceasing to be part of the Netflix. This has emerged from an official announcement from Disney+ Canada, where it has been detailed that all Marvel shows on Netflix will be available on the Disney streaming platform starting next March 16, 2022. At the moment there is no confirmation from Disney+ Spain, although it is expected that said date will be for the main territories in which the Disney service is available, including our country.


The Defenders are coming to Disney+, as part of the MCU?

And it was recently announced that the previously canceled series Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Punisher and The Defenders, or what is the same, the Marvel universe created for Netflix, would leave the platform next March 1. Apparently, the series will be available again after only 15 days, this time, as part of the Disney + catalog. And it is that many wonder what will happen to said universe after the introduction of Daredevil or Kingping in the UCM, both is Spider-Man: No Way Home strong> as in Hawkeye, respectively. With this move, it seems that Marvel Studios intends to integrate all these characters into its cinematic universe.


Now it remains to be confirmed definitively how they will arrive at Disney+ and in what way; Will they be part of the catalog for the whole family like the rest of the Marvel products or will they end up on a more adult-themed channel like Star, integrated into Disney+? Let us remember that Netflix’s Marvel series have a markedly more adult character with more explicit and violent content, showing harsh fight scenes and violence with blood included, something they are not used to in the UCM.


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